n. a notation used by mathematicians
Mathematical notation is a system of symbolic representations of mathematical objects and ideas. Mathematical notations are used in mathematics, the physical sciences, engineering, and economics. Mathematical notations include relatively simple symbolic representations, such as the numbers 0, 1 and 2, function symbols sin and +; conceptual symbols, such as lim, dy/dx, equations and variables; and complex diagrammatic notations such as Penrose graphical notation and Coxeter–Dynkin diagrams.
Usage examples of "mathematical notation".
I hear he had to make up a new mathematical notation for the squid, said one, like that time we had trouble with the humanoids of Sol.
Medicine, mathematical notation and astrology all went from India to Arabia, and from there they travelled to Greece.
The speck stood for a volume a single human brain, with its primate capacities, could not grasp, except as mathematical notation.
U is the ordinary universe, and the star is mathematical notation for its 'dual space'-that', a term used for all kinds of role-reversals.
Actually, said Harlan, most of the squiggles you mention arent Intertemporal really, just mathematical notation.
Language as space, a kind of mathematical notation, geometric locations in the lab of memory.
The various sectors have different systems of mathematical notation—.
He made a mental list of the successful concepts, classifying each as a mathematical notation.
His right paper sleeve, and both his paper legs, were covered in his pencil-scrawled mathematical notation.
Once he tried to write down a simple definition using a combination of mathematical notation and the runes of this world's alphabet.
Once he tried to write down a simple definition using a combination of mathematical notation and the runes of this world’.